Collin Broholm Experimental condensed matter physicist
Collin Broholm is interested in anomalous forms of magnetism, superconductivity, and their interplay. Of particular interest are crystalline materials where quantum effects are enhanced on account of competing interactions (frustration) or low dimensionality. The main experimental tool is neutron scattering and Broholm has a long standing involvement in development of the corresponding instrumentation. He has built two spectrometers at the NIST Center for Neutron Research and has served on a number of committees overseeing instrumentation development at National facilities for Neutron Scattering. He served on the Basic Energy Sciences Advisory Committee from 1999-2003.
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Experimental Investigator Award, 2014.
Fellow of the Neutron Scattering Society of America, 2010.
Fellow, American Physical Society, 2004.
Director, Johns Hopkins Institute for Quantum Matter
Solid State Sciences Advisory Committee, National Research Council
G. Lawes et al, “Magnetically Driven Ferroelectric Order in Ni3V2O8”, Phys. Rev. Lett. vol. 95, pp. 087205, 2005.
Associate Fellow Quantum Materials
The Johns Hopkins UniversityDepartment of Physics and Astronomy
PhD (Physics) University of Copenhagen
MSc (Physics and Electrical Engineering) Technical University of Denmark
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